The Daily Mail’s source told the publication that Markle is “worried that she won’t be taken seriously as an actress” following her departure. “Meghan has made it clear to her team that she will only work with A-list directors, but she doesn’t understand that this doesn’t necessarily mean they want to work with her,” the source went on.
For Markle, her return to the United States acting spotlight is very important, and according to the Daily Mail’s source, it could take some time: “This could end up being a very lengthy and tedious process because Meghan wants to control every aspect of whatever project she ends up doing,” the Daily Mail’s unnamed source said.
Meghan and husband Prince Harry are being represented by the same agent that Markle worked with before leaving acting, Nick Collins of The Gersh Agency, according to the Daily Mail. The agent is handling both their business and philanthropic offers that are flooding in to the couple from around the world.
For Meghan and Harry the offers could come in a combination of ways, including some high paying jobs that have come from overseas. According to the Daily Mail they “are getting lucrative offers from Japan,” for joint work.
“One commercial could pay for their entire security team for the year,” said the Daily Mail’s inside source. “Meghan likes the idea that only the creme de la creme of actors are offered this type of work. She knows they need the money and is not entirely opposed to the idea.”
Whether it was agreed upon before they came back to the states it’s unknown, however the Daily Mail reported that Harry has instructed his and his wife’s agent that the couple won’t take any jobs that bock the queen or his royal family.
According to the Daily Mail’s Los Angeles sources, Harry isn’t interested in a “media war” or any more “bad blood” by poking fun at his royal links simply to make money for his new family’s situation supporting themselves in the United States.
“… Harry has instructed his and Meghan’s team to nix anything that in any way could be negative towards the royals. Essentially anything that is negative to the Queen, Prince Charles, his brother or the throne is off limits.
“It shows that even though he has stepped away from royal life, he does not want to upset his grandmother or father.”
The formerly royal couple hasn’t seen any decrease in interest in their services, despite only recently having made it to the United States.
“Offers have come flooding in to Collins for Harry and Meghan,” the Daily Mail’s source said. “They are worth tens of millions of dollars and some offers are absolutely in their wheelhouse of charity ideas, however some are straight up advertising and marketing promotions and commercials.”
“And of course having a narrative about Harry and Meghan either reflecting on their royal links or stepping away is an easy storyline.”